PRT SECFOR

U.S. Army Sgt. Paul Weber, a security forces (SECFOR) team leader with the Farah Provincial Reconstruction Team, engages a target with his M4 carbine during a small-arms training session at Forward Operating Base (FOB) Farah in Farah province, Afghanistan, June 26, 2012. During the training, Soldiers learned techniques for reloads and close-quarters shooting. The SECFOR was made up of Alaska Army National Guard infantrymen who were responsible for ensuring safety at FOB Farah. (DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Jonathan Lovelady, U.S. Air Force/Released)

U.S. Army Sgt. Paul Weber, a security forces (SECFOR) team leader with the Farah Provincial Reconstruction Team, engages a target with his M4 carbine during a small-arms training session at Forward Operating Base (FOB) Farah in Farah province, Afghanistan, June 26, 2012. During the training, Soldiers learned techniques for reloads and close-quarters shooting. The SECFOR was made up of Alaska Army National Guard infantrymen who were responsible for ensuring safety at FOB Farah. (DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Jonathan Lovelady, U.S. Air Force/Released)

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  1. Looks like the Elcan Spectre derivatives are here to stay. i wonder how the mounts are holding up. IIRC the only real complaint on the Elcans were that the mount [which is also the elevation and windage adjustment apperatus] were the weak point of the optic. I want one for my FS2000

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